Light is fading.

It’s about to be October and I can feel the light leaving both ends of the day as we creep towards fall. It is apparent in my work space that I will need to make some accommodations for this dying light because it is starting to feel less like a workshop and more like the building in a hill that it is.

If I could have a glass roof I honestly think I would, but this building would be an oven. All well and good when it gets below freezing but it would be uninhabitable several months out of the year because you’d be able to boil eggs on the floor.

There are cheaper ways to get light in and around the building and I’m looking into those kind of options as opposed to anything structural. I want it to be a space I can utilize year round without having to change too much.

The brighter the space, the better I am at my work.

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